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Aegis - Create Group LDAP call

Good Morning Everyone !!
We have run into a challenge. We are trying to use Aegis for "Creating
Groups" in our AD. We are not using DRA, it was a decision not made by
me but anyway, We have noticed that when we are creating a "Create
Group" workflow that most of the actions (Icons in the library) are tied
to DRA. So if we pull the "Create Group" Icon over and tie everything
together and try to run it, it says its not valid because it seems its
tied to DRA, which is not installed. We have gone through the Cool
Solutions and pulled over the LDAP query 3000 and everything in the
suite. Is there a LDAP "Create group" Icon for AEGIS ?

Can Aegis be used without DRA ?

Thanks in advance !!

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